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Judith Monteferrante is fine art photographer living on Cape Ann in MA and Scottsdale, AZ. As a retired cardiologist, her skills at imaging the heart were transferred to the study of nature’s intimate places. Her main focus is on fine art photography of flowers, often interacting with water, still life, glassware abstracts as well as landscape to seascapes. She believes that the years of witnessing and helping those who are ill and dying have sharpened her sensitivity, broadened her vision and allow her to see the beauty in the world with meticulous precision and her personal stamp. 

While working as a cardiologist full time, she took weekend courses, seminars and workshops in all aspects in photography and then completed a Master’s degree in Photographic Studies with honors (MPS) at the School of Visual Arts, in NYC in 2009.  

She was awarded Copley Artist status with the Copley Society of Art in Boston, is a Moab Master photographer (by Legion Paper), is a member of many art associations including Sonoran Arts League, Rockport Arts Association, Marblehead and Newburyport Art Associations and was the former Artistic Director of the Rocky Neck Art Colony. Judith has gallery representation in Massachusetts and Arizona. 

Judith recently had numerous solo shows and has been accepted into sixteen juried shows in 2014-15 as well as two invitational exhibits.  Judith has won numerous awards, most recently Griffin Museum of Photography Award at Rockport Art Association, First Place in the juried SeArts: Art @Bass Rocks 2014-5 exhibition in Gloucester, MA and second place in the winter members’ exhibition 2015 at the Copley Society of Art, Boston. She was published as a Silver Award winner in “Color” magazine in 2011 and won the Haystack Residency Scholarship Deer Isle, ME from the Copley Society of Art in 2010. Judith’s work is in many private and corporate collections. She is co publishing a book of floral photography and narrative poetry "Under the Sun" for 2016.

Featured Galleries & Collections
FlowersFloral LiquidityPhoto ArtistryStill LifeSeascapesThe Nude MaturedWildlifeLandscape_CityscapeSpirit of the WestTropical

Guestbook for Judith Monteferrante Fine Art Photography
Loved the horses the most
Amazing abstract photos!

Who said that dull colors aren’t good when it comes to photographic images. There is nothing more than classic black and white that makes it looks good. I hope more and more people would understand it is not always about colorfulness.
4.John Bassett(non-registered)
I always enjoy your images and am glad to be on your email list.

I admire you, as well as your work. Your talent is evident in the way you capture the subject. I visit the website often to enjoy the fine works presented. My goal is to go with you on one of your photography trips. The tips on your newsletter have helped me capture my furkids better. I wish you continued success. I must get to one of your shows too! You Rock Judy!!!!